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Each piece of wool I folded it in half and I put it on horseback around the embroidery hoop and I made the knot by putting in free clothes in the central slot of each thread. Then I cut 20 cm. about tape that we will use later and I also knotted the ribbon in the same way, it stays a little longer so even using the whole length of the wool you can then roll it down to stop it all with a nice bow.
The drawing trace is on a squared graph very similar to that of the half point. The tapestry stitch consists of a combination of long, short, vertical, horizontal or diagonal points. Through this mixed of points, we can create many different motifs that are renewed thanks to the colors of the yarns. Each picture in the chart corresponds to a hole in the canvas that you want to embroider. Each tapestry stitch is worked loom from left to right. At this stage, we must try not to make knots on the reverse. Rather, let’s start and finish a roundabout , passing by string with the work already done. In other words, we will have to let the needle out on the canvas by pushing it with the left hand. The right hand will bring it back a few more square than where it comes out.
After stopping the wires I turned the frame upside down so as to have the knots at the top and the wires in the center of the wooden circle and I began to work a simple maxi braid taking double the garments of each color and I combined the garments
If you want to experiment you can complicate a little ‘life by working a braid with six wires or use some knot from macrame, the important thing is to remember not to stretch the wool but make the knots always very soft so as not to ruin and tear it. Arrived at the bottom of the braid I stopped with only the tape and I made a bow. With 20 cm. of ribbon cut at the beginning I made a buttonhole at the top, in the middle of the wool, to hang my tapestry and voila!